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During what part of cycle power goes off usually ?
Have you tried to clean the drain pump filter from the bottom left ?
OK, please clean it and also check the waste pipe connecting the house drain.
Make sure nothing is clogged and then try again.
If the problem occurs again, it is Control board fault that will need replacement.
Let me know how it goes.
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OK just got your previous messages.
Yes from what I can see it is a Washer dryer.
Are you willing to replace the board yourself ?
OK, by board I mean the PCB.
Before replacement, you can unplug it and remove the top
Then remove the facia and remove all the connections (one at a time) from the control and reconnect them.
Once everything is reconnected, plug it back and try again.
OK, the fault is intermittent so it can either be loose wire or the control board itself, do you know how to use a multimeter ?
Can you test the board with a multimeter ?
This video will give you an idea on how its done.
However, as its working now I suggest to use it and only disassemble if the problem returns again.
It might be loose connection or something.
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The cost of repair will be around £150 including parts
OK, Good Luck